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FAQs

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Can anyone do The Prayer Course?
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The Prayer Course has been created for Christians to grow and deepen in prayer, but anyone who is interested in Christian Prayer is welcome to join the course.

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Who has created The Prayer Course?
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The Prayer Course has been created by 24-7 Prayer, an international prayer movement aiming to resource and equip the church to pray.

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Is The Prayer Course free to use?
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Yes, the Prayer Course is free for you to use in your church or small group. If you’d like to donate to the work of 24-7 Prayer, you are welcome to do so.

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What size of group works for The Prayer Course?
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The Prayer Course has been created with small groups in mind, and works well with 4-10 people. However, it can also be used in individual and larger group contexts; just bear in mind that some of the activities may need to be adapted.

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Are there notes for group leaders?
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Yes, there is a group leader’s guide to help you run the course, and every session has small group session notes which help to facilitate the course.

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I want to watch the videos on my TV – is that possible?
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Yes – you can use an HDMI cable to connect your laptop to your TV. Alternatively if you have a smart TV, you can find the videos on YouTube.

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Are the videos available offline?
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Yes, you can download the video files for use offline in the “session resources” section of each session.

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Are the small group session guides available offline?
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Yes, you can download PDF version of the small group session guides to use offline. These are available in the “session resources” section of each section.

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Do you have to follow the discussion questions?
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The discussion questions have been written to complement the video content and help your group to engage together about what they’ve just watched, but don’t worry if you go off topic or don’t get through all the questions!

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Are there publicity materials I can use to promote The Prayer Course?
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Yes, we’ve put a pack of promotional materials together on the ‘run’ section of the website.